Crawl Space Encapsulation in Midland, NC

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Midland, NC, 28025, Cabarrus County (8347)


Crawl Space Encapsulation In Midland, NC

Are you looking to hire a Crawl Space Encapsulation Service? If so, feel free to reach out to ] at 704-538-4535 as we would be glad to answer your calls and get you on our schedule. We have been servicing Midland, NC for many years, and we have many customers in the community that have been extremely happy with our Crawl Space Encapsulation services.

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Midland, NC, 28025, Cabarrus County (2430)

Crawl Space Encapsulation Services

The design and construction of a crawl space encapsulation system should only be completed once all bulk water intrusion pathways have been solved. This is extremely important to the success of the installation and long term life of the encapsulation. This can be as basic as adequate grading on the outside of the structure. You will also want to ensure that the gutter downspouts drains 10'' or more away from the base of the building. Redirecting the water is the most important thing that has to be done before installing a moisture barrier. It could also mean that a much more complicated drainage system has to be built, such as a French drain and several pumps installed in different areas to keep the water out and the area dry.


Our Crawl Space Encapsulation Company 

is certified in crawl space encapsulation, mold remediation, and structural drying. No matter how complex or how big the project, we have the skill set to transform your crawl space. Below are just some of the benefits of encapsulating your crawl space.

Stop Mold Growth | Stop Wood Rot | Stop Rodent Infestation | Stop Insect Infestation | Stop Damage To The HVAC System

Improve Indoor Air Quality | Increase Homes Energy Efficiency | Create Additional Climate Controlled Storage Space | & Much More!

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Midland, NC, 28025, Cabarrus County (2598)

Too Much Moisture In Your Crawl Space

It's Important to Remove Excess Moisture in a Crawl Space in Midland, North Carolina

Too much moisture can cause:

Mold and mildew growth: these types of fungi create a musty smell and destroy things such as clothes, furniture, books and more. It may also trigger wood to rot, culminating in structural damage. Aerosolized mold and mildew spores can exacerbate a wide range of health problems, such as asthma, headaches and sinus infections.

Dust mites: These microscopic bugs can cause both asthma flare-ups and eczema.

Rust: The metal on your tools, machinery and other items that rust faster.